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Tuesday morning one-liners

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Said Bills P Brian Moorman of reported interest in buying the team from Jon Bon Jovi, “I had a few people tweet me about it. I might be the only guy on the team that had a Jon Bon Jovi cassette tape. It’s whatever. That stuff doesn’t really affect us as players.”

Dolphins defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle regrets the defense he called just before halftime in last weekend’s loss to the Panthers.

What should the Patriots do with fumble-prone RB Stevan Ridley?

Jets LB Troy Davis spent Sunday night in Baltimore after suffering a chest contusion during the loss to the Ravens.

The Ravens defense hopes to do a better job against Steelers RB Le’Veon Bell this week.

Turnovers have been costly for the Bengals this season.

The Browns have allowed more sacks this season than they did all of last season.

Examining how the Steelers kept QB Ben Roethlisberger from getting sacked against the Browns.

Ben Tate will remain the lead running back for the Texans.

Said Colts coach Chuck Pagano, “The Tennessee game is huge. It can’t get here, obviously, quick enough. This team is very resilient. You know how this team has responded to adversity. They’ve been able to bounce back.”

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley liked the work done by DE Ryan Davis against the Texans.

Rookie WR Justin Hunter has steadily earned more playing time with the Titans.

Benjamin Hochman of the Denver Post muses about Broncos QB Peyton Manning’s performances in cold weather.

Chiefs coach Andy Reid cited fatigue as the reason for a late timeout on offense against the Chargers.

The Raiders are hopeful that some of their injured players will be able to join them on Thanksgiving.

WR Dan DePalma is expected to join the Chargers’ practice squad.

A statistical change cost Cowboys WR Dez Bryant some receiving yards.

The Giants of the Tom Coughlin era haven’t always shown up when there are no playoffs on the table.

The father of Eagles QB Nick Foles believes his son will continue to improve.

A look into the Redskins’ future after another loss.

RB Michael Bush hasn’t gotten the job done for the Bears on the goal line.

Miscommunication on the field led to the Lions getting a punt blocked.

The Packers aren’t stopping the run.

The Vikings hope TE Kyle Rudolph will return to practice next week.

Falcons coach Mike Smith is getting ready for this week’s trip to Canada.

Some loud words from Panthers veterans at halftime helped spur a comeback in the second half.

How big a threat to the Saints are the Panthers?

Buccaneers DT Gerald McCoy is excited for another chance at facing the Panthers.

Coach Bruce Arians thinks the Cardinals still have their best football in front of them.

It will be a busy week of concussion tests with the Rams.

49ers LB Ahmad Brooks had a fruitful return home on Monday night.

The Seahawks expect CB Tharold Simon back at practice this week.

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2 Responses to “Tuesday morning one-liners”
  1. skoobyfl says: Nov 26, 2013 8:33 AM

    Moorman is the best !!!

  2. keltictim says: Nov 26, 2013 9:42 AM

    What should the pats do with butter fingers Ridley? A giant pair of scissors comes to mind, cut his arse!

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